The Loyola Schools Community has been granted trial access to
JoVE - Journal of Visualized Experiments
until 21 August 2020
JoVE educational videos empower effective teaching of science concepts and laboratory methods in undergraduate and graduate courses at universities and colleges. These videos enable quick in-depth comprehension of complex STEM subjects to increase student engagement and learning outcomes, and support innovative teaching initiatives such as blended learning and flipped classroom.
To access this database, just visit this link: https://bit.ly/rl_offcampus_access, click E-Resources, and look for JoVE.
We hope you will take advantage of the free trial, and help us decide if we should subscribe to JoVE.
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The Loyola Schools community has been granted on-campus trial access to Humanities Source Ultimate until March 31.
The EBSCO Humanities Source Ultimate is the largest information volume in the field of humanities. It is… Read More
May alien ba?
First Pacific Hall, Rizal Library
Friday, February 23, 5:00-6:00
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The Loyola Schools community has been granted on-campus trial access to
We are pleased to announce that members of the Loyola Schools community may now access the following journal titles from University of Chicago Press:
HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory is an international journal which… Read More